Lisa Camooso Miller

Managing Director


  • Thought Leadership
  • Media and Public Affairs
  • Content and Message Development
  • Branding
  • Public Speaking and Media Training
  • Energy
  • Health Care
  • Defense
  • Technology
  • Hospitality
  • Republican Politics

Fun Facts

Binge-Worthy Show: The Bear
Comfort Food: Carbs are life
Top Vacation Spot: Anywhere on the Jersey Shore
Must-Listen Podcast: The Friday Reporter


Lisa Camooso Miller is a highly regarded public affairs strategist who brings over two decades of experience in strategic communications, media relations and advocacy. She has served as a senior advisor to CEOs, administration officials, governors, members of Congress including a former Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Republican Party state and national officials.

Lisa has worked with corporate executive teams to develop and implement communications and advocacy strategies and is an expert at landing stories in top national and Beltway press outlets. She frequently provides commentary in print, radio and television and is the creator and host of the podcast, The Friday Reporter. Leveraging strategic communications tactics, Lisa worked with a Fortune 500 company to beat back an unfair and historic government contract; exposed hypocrisy in procurement for one of the largest defense contractors; and highlighted the lack of security and privacy in the home share economy for a brand-name hospitality client.

Prior to her career in consulting, Lisa was head of media affairs for an energy advocacy organization where she built a targeted statewide outreach program for members of the media and public. The National Journal featured the campaign in their cover story, “Paid to Juggle,” highlighting the organization as the new trade association model in Washington, DC.

A native of Asbury Park, New Jersey, Lisa served under two New Jersey governors and participated in the recovery and rebuilding efforts following the attacks of September 11th.

Outside of the office, Lisa enjoys reading, CrossFit-style workouts and cooking for a crowd. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and two children and comes from a large family which has piqued her interest in genealogy. When Lisa was a child, she had dreams of becoming a nurse but ultimately pursued communications because, as she jokes, “I was told there would be no math.”